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  TODAY
November 8, 2000

 

News

SGA candidates begin campaign
Three of five positions go unopposed for Nov. 14 House, PC elections

Admissions Web site gets redesigned
Designers say goal is to make site more appealing

Ordering textbooks online has advantages for students
Students can avoid long lines by reserving textbooks at the TCU Bookstore’s Web site

 

Voting Day

Chris Gibson/STAFF REPORTER
Olivia Mitchel, a junior political science major, places her vote at University Christian Church. Polling officials said about half of the precinct’s 2,337 registered voters cast their vote Tuesday.


 

Opinion

Don’t criticize your teachers
College is a privilege, so don’t waste it by being disrespectful

More choices
SGA deadline should be extended

 


 

Science & Technology

Site Seeing
Need a homebase on the Internet?
One student leads us through the virtual world

 


 

Sports

Men’s soccer team looks forward to C-USA play
Frogs see playoff hopes dashed, acknowledge lack of focus and effects of late-season injuries

Multi-faceted
Carril acts as a mentor, leader for tennis squad

 

File Photo
Sophomore forward Jon Meyers (7) looks to advance the ball against freshman forward Jamal Sutton of Southwest Missouri State in a game Oct. 8 at Garvey Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. In a season that saw few peaks, TCU did manage to pull off the 1-0 upset of the Bears, who were ranked No. 11 at the time.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Should the application deadline for SGA candidacy be extended?

Yes: 74 No: 26


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